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Floor Too Slippery Customers Are Slipping And Falling?
We Just Put New Ceramic Tiles At My Business But They Too Slippery Any One Know How To Make Them Less Slippery.
There is an OTC product called Be Safe, made for ceramic tile. Miracle511 is for sealing unglazed tile s and giving them a matte finish. Ceramic tiles will not accept the sealer. But it will work great for sealing the grout.
Be Safe was designed for restaurants and bars where a lot of water is around.
Works great for all wet and slippery ceramics and porcelains.
Area rugs (made for commercial use) are a good step also to prevent slipping.
You can even rent these during the winter and they have a pick up/drop off service with different sizes available.
Any questions you can e mail me through my avatar and check my qualifications there. GL
Do Lawyers Get Paid Weekly Or Monthly?
By the job. For preparing legal papers, it's usually a flat rate. In civil suits, lawyers generally work under the I get paid if I win your case.
Laws On Practicing Fighting On Your Property?
I Saw This Question The Other Day, But I Didn'T See Any Answers.
Are There Any State Laws In Washington For Fighting With Your Friends In Your Own Backyard? I Don'T Mean Going At It With Baseball Bats Or Other Weapons, But I Mean Two Friends Getting Together And Doing Sparring Sessions With Gloves, Mouthpieces, Etc. Since It'S Not On Public Property, I Don'T See It Being As A Misconduct Offense. Anyone Know If There Are Laws That Say You Can'T Do This?
Here is what I said on the other persons question:
Ironically I live in Washington and have actually looked in to this myself. I've talked to lawyers and police officers about this, as I am involved in MMA fighting. There is no specific law that says you can not do this. If you and a friend or relative want to get together and practice in your backyard, there is nothing illegal about it. It's like asking if wrestling with your brother is illegal. It's a physical sport, and you're not doing anything wrong. Of course, if you injure your sparring partner, they could file a civil suit against you and attempt to sue you for medical bills, but they can do that even if you were playing a game of one on one basketball and you accidently elbowed them in the mouth, breaking their teeth.
Of course, if this person is your friend, and you accidently hurt him, chances are, they aren't going to file charges on you.
On the other hand, if two people are fighting violently, in an angry fashion, in a backyard, neighbors may call the police, and of course you may be charged with a crime. There's a difference there, and what you're asking is NOT against the law, but if you and some guy were talking crap to one another, and wanted to fight each other, and have arranged to fight each other in a backyard bareknuckle style, then that spells trouble.
Again, what you're asking is not illegal. Be safe and have fun!
Also note that many people who are involved in physical combat sports will often spar at a gym together. It's not illegal there, why would it be illegal in your private backyard?
Also, homeowners insurane will cover any injury that may occur on your property.
If you charge admission for others to come, or if there is money on the line, then it is considered an underground fight, rather than a smoker, or sparring session, and is considered against the law.
If you have money on the line, or charge admission, then you need a permit or license from the state A.C.
Getting A Military Attorney?
My Husband Is Military, I Had A Child Before We Got Married With Someone Else. I Wanted To Go To Court To Get Full Custody Of My Son (We Ave Joint Custody Right Now) Am I Able To Get A Military Attorney Because My Husband Is Military? We Cant Afford To Get A Top Dollar Attorney, At The Money We Cant Really Afford One At All (Not Paying $1000 At One Time)
A military lawyer can give you advice, but they cannot represent you. They can do research for you and such though. They may also be able to put you in contact with lawyers near you that can assist.
What Is A Litigation Attorney? How Are They Different From Other Attorneys?
Brite is mostly right.
Litigation attorneys handle generally civil litigation -- that is, they handle a lawsuit. Although appearing in court and trying a case is part of that (that's actually a subspeciality called a "trial attorney") most of what litigators do is far outside the courtroom -- litigators review documents and draft "discovery" --requests about the case to the other side. They take "depositions" -- basically pre-trial questioning of the other side's witnesses or third parties who may have knowledge. They talk to their clients and prepare them for depositions or get other facts for the case. They research the law to see how best to present the case and whether the plaintiff actually has a cause of action. They engage experts for a variety of reasons. They engage in "motion practice," which means lots of persuasive brief writing to the court to urge the court to do something (dismiss the case, don't dismiss the case; exclude evidence or not; sanction the other side or not, etc). And, most importantly, they engage in settlement talks, draft settlement papers, and get a case settled (less than 3% of cases go to trial). Most litigators spend very little time in a courtroom.
But the difference with other types of attorneys is
(a) There's an adversary -- someone bad on the other side that wants something from you. Corporate or transactional attorneys may be working with another party, but in a quasi-cooperative way to get a deal done. Or other corporate attorneys may work as regulatory compliance officers -- helping to draft statements required by the government or putting in place policies that are required by employment, corporate, securities, or environmental laws.
(b) Most work is persuasive. Written work is the in form of briefs or memoranda. "Corporate" or "transactional" attorneys are often writing "deals," "purchase agrements" "corporate disclosure statements," or similar work. Other transactional attorneys may be drafting documents to be submitted to the government, related, perhaps, to securities offerings, intellectual property filings, or real estate regulations.
(c) Most litigators spend hours, weeks, months on a case, as litigation takes a long time. Corporate attorneys (except for in-house counsel who are employees of the corporation) bill in smaller incriments.
(d) There are also attorneys who fall completely outside this corporate/litigation dichotomy, like tax attorneys, estate planning attorneys.
Dui In California.. Help?
A Friend Of Mine Got A Dui. Charges Were
23152 (A) Dui
23152 (B) Dui W Bac 0.8
23140 (A) Minor W Bac 0.1
23136 (A) Minor W Bac 0.5
He Is 18 And No Prior Cov.. And Speed Was 70 ( Which Is Not True)
Thats Wat The Ticket Sais
It Wa 3 Of Us The Driver Was Arrested And We Wer Told To Leave... We Never Got Tested Or Anything So The 2 Other Charges Can Be Fought
My Quetion Is Wat Is My Friend Looking At? Jail Time? Probation? Etc
California's underage DUI laws are the toughest in the nation. Under the "Zero Tolerance Law", anyone under 21 years of age with a Blood Alcohol Content (BAC) of 0.01% or greater will be charged with a California DUI . Underage drivers with a BAC of 0.05% or greater may also be charged with both an underage DUI and a regular DUI at the same time and be subject to arrest for a California DUI .
For most, to reach a BAC of 0.01% means drinking:
• One 12-ounce beer
• One 4-ounce glass of wine
• One 1.25-ounce of liquor
Often, these will put a driver over 0.01%; usually closer to 0.05%. Drivers under 18 years of age that are convicted of DUI will lose their license for a year OR until their 18th birthday, whichever is greater.
Additionally, a judge may choose to confiscate an underage driver's vehicle. In all cases, the driver will have to pay fines of several thousand dollars, attend driving safety and alcohol/drug abuse classes, will have to submit proof of financial responsibility in order to have their license restored after suspension, and will suffer numerous social and career-related consequences.
All underage DUI convictions will lead to the suspension of the driver's license for one year; subsequent convictions will lead to more severe penalties. Likewise, individuals choosing not to submit to chemical testing will automatically lose their license for a year as well. Any subsequent refusals to submit to chemical testing within ten years will result in harsher punishment:
• Second refusal results in the driver's license being suspended for 2 years
• Third and subsequent refusals result in the driver's license being revoked and/or suspended for at least 3 years
• Refusing to submit to chemical testing is often socially and legally treated the same as an underage DUI.
Like other DUIs, underage DUIs are subject to two separate prosecutors?the DMV, which will suspend or revoke the driver's license, and the criminal court, which will impose fines, jail time, and require the driver to take classes in safe driving and alcohol and drug abuse. In some cases, if the offending driver has no previous convictions and is over 18 years of age, he or she may be able to attend one 12 hour safety and alcohol/drug abuse class. If those requirements are not met, the driver will have to participate in a more intense and expensive 3 month course.
DUI and College Applications
Individuals who have been convicted of an underage DUI must list it on their college applications. This can, but does not necessarily, bar the student from being accepted, though it does have other implications. Colleges and universities may accept the prospective student under certain circumstances that do not apply to students without a conviction. However, those convicted of an underage DUI who have not listed it on their application are subject to immediate dismissal from the institution if it is discovered.